Land use and the States / Robert G. Healy.

By: Healy, Robert GContributor(s): Resources for the FutureMaterial type: TextTextDescription: xi, 233 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0801818222; 9780801818226; 0801818230 (pbk.); 9780801818233 (pbk.)Subject(s): Land use -- United States -- Planning -- StatesAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Land use and the States.DDC classification: 333.7/0973 LOC classification: HD205 1976 | .H4Also issued online.
Contents:
Introduction-rights in conflict. The origins of concern -- A role for the states -- The quiet revolution -- A variety of discontents. The problems we see -- Problems to come -- Goals for future planning -- Introducing the case studies -- Vermont--four years of experience. Vermont's "development crisis" -- The state government's response -- Four years of act -- Capability and development plan (1973) -- The Vermont land use plan -- Innovations in tax policy -- California-"saving the coast." "Where's the beach?" -- Proposition -- The first thriteen months under the coastal law -- Economics of the coastal law -- The coastal plan -- Florida-harnessing the growth explosion. A new kind of growth -- ... In a fragile and unique environment -- The birth of land policy -- Critical areas -- Developments of regional impact -- A question of expectations -- Toward a comprehensive land use program -- Alternative approaches to state land use controls. What does the state control? -- Who decides? -- Issues in implementing state land use controls. Political power -- Economic issues -- Social issues -- Toward new policies for the states. Criteria for better land policies -- Elements of a state land use policy -- A chain of decisions.
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HD205 1976 .H4 (Browse shelf) Available 0000100451962

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction-rights in conflict. The origins of concern -- A role for the states -- The quiet revolution -- A variety of discontents. The problems we see -- Problems to come -- Goals for future planning -- Introducing the case studies -- Vermont--four years of experience. Vermont's "development crisis" -- The state government's response -- Four years of act -- Capability and development plan (1973) -- The Vermont land use plan -- Innovations in tax policy -- California-"saving the coast." "Where's the beach?" -- Proposition -- The first thriteen months under the coastal law -- Economics of the coastal law -- The coastal plan -- Florida-harnessing the growth explosion. A new kind of growth -- ... In a fragile and unique environment -- The birth of land policy -- Critical areas -- Developments of regional impact -- A question of expectations -- Toward a comprehensive land use program -- Alternative approaches to state land use controls. What does the state control? -- Who decides? -- Issues in implementing state land use controls. Political power -- Economic issues -- Social issues -- Toward new policies for the states. Criteria for better land policies -- Elements of a state land use policy -- A chain of decisions.

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